Ontarians who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 can start downloading new QR codes this week, which officials say will allow for faster entry into settings that require proof of vaccination. Residents whose birthdays fall between January and April were able to download the scannable enhanced vaccination certificate Friday through the province’s COVID-19 website, with further […]
The Grey Bruce Health Unit is marking a milestone in COVID-19 vaccination rates.
As Southwestern Ontario farmers that rely heavily on offshore labour wind down their second growing season of the pandemic, worker infections from COVID-19 are down dramatically from a year prior. Last year, the virus dealt a heavy blow to migrant workers, and the farms on which they work, with the province recording 2,089 infections, dozens […]
Midwestern Ontario’s COVID-19 case count saw a double digit increase Friday
Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) reminds people preparing to celebrate Thanksgiving this weekend, to follow public health measures
Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) reported that as of October 4, almost 78% of residents aged 12 and older have had both doses.
Huron County’s vaccination policy for employees was announced at Wednesday’s council meeting.
Bruce County’s Workplace Engagement Services Committee approved a COVID-19 Vaccination Policy for County staff, council, volunteers, students, contractors, and consultants.
The MPP for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound has announced $872,500 will go to 21 local groups thanks to the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s Community Building Fund.
Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health reports unvaccinated individuals are in hospital with COVID-19 at a rate that is 29 times higher than those who are fully vaccinated.
The federal government is making COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for all federal employees.
Area public health officials are expected to announce tighter rules for COVID-19 vaccination requirements at sports and recreation facilities Wednesday, a change that could have major implications for youth aged 12 to 17 who aren’t fully vaccinated. Under current provincial rules, youths 12 and older don’t have to show proof of vaccination when entering arenas, […]
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